Amor Romeira is one of Telecinco’s most outstanding collaborators. Over time, he has earned the affection of the public for his honesty and his iconic moments on television. Now, he demonstrates his integrity once again by positioning himself politically and revealing who he will vote for in the election on Sunday, May 28.
In conversation with Outdoor, the young woman blasted against Isabel Díaz Ayuso and denounced how the President of Madrid would have used the LGTBI collective. « He’s an opportunist I would say. He is so intelligent that when he is interested, he puts the LGTBI flag on his wrist and says: “Freedom, freedom, rights …”. Of course, everyone said how good this PP was, but then the reality was different. The reality was that it attacked the LGTBI collective, that it tried to agree with Vox, that I don’t know how many laws favoring the collective were repealed, and that it was created by the filthiest alt-right. Was a hoax that I know about,” he tells Outside.
However, in the Canary Islands Amor Romeira stands for the Popular Party at the regional level. «I have learned to be a hypocrite on a political level. I come from a community that is the Canary Islands where the PP voted yes to the trans law, where the PP does not go against the rights of the LGTBI collective”, he justifies, something that does not happen in Madrid. : “Here I can’t say because neither represents me. If he was representing me, I would have said so. But still, it seems like they’re onto you.”
Regarding her political ideology, she defines herself as “centre-left” because she does not intend to support parties that go against the rights of LGTBI people. In fact, because of his tireless defense of the collective, he breaks a spear in favor of Irène Monteiro: “De Podemos will only save Irène Monteiro, Minister of Equality.”
Nor is he holding back on revealing which party he will vote for in the next election. Facing regional elections on 28 May, she is clear that her vote is for Fuerteventura Avanza, although this changes in the face of general elections: “In Spain, what a country, I love Yolanda Díaz.”